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Wednesday linkage

By

Sam Roggeveen

@SamRoggeveen

18 April 2012 12:01

  • Our thanks to ISN (the Zurich-based International Relations and Security Network) for alerting their blog readers to work on The Interpreter.
  • High-ranking Chinese political adviser Jia Qinglin has published an op-ed in the NZ press about the bilateral relationship and Chinese relations with the US. (Thanks David.)
  • Estonia, cyber-utopia.
  • Price reductions for solar energy mean that 'the future of our industrial modern societies based on cheap energy looks very bright.'
  • A new McKinsey study examines the role of cities in creating wealth in various countries.
  • Back in January, Gordon Peake profiled Timorese presidential candidate Taur Matan Ruak for The Interpreter. Matan Ruak is now president-elect; here's an update from Gordon.
  • Below, China's awesome new Aizhai suspension bridge. Here are some more pics (courtesy of Wikimedia Commons contributor Glabb):